Tonight on Soundstage: three short pieces from the Radio Theater Project: Remembering Billy by Matt Cowley, The Village Idiot by Jim Wicker, and Something’s Going to Happen by Corinne Fleischer.
Tonight on Soundstage: Feeding the Dragon by Ed Lehmann, recorded in March 2013 as part of the Radio Theatre Project Live.
Tonight on Soundstage: two pieces recorded live as part of the Radio Theatre Project: The Village Idiot written and directed by Jim Wicker, and An Honest Arrangement, by David Weiner and directed by Jim Wicker.
Tonight on Soundstage: The Road Weeps, The Well Runs Dry by Marcus Gardley, recorded in February 2014 as part of the WMNF Studio@620 Radio Theater Project.
Tonight on Soundstage: War of the Gods, written by and featuring James Tokley; The War Prayer by Mark Twain, featuring the voices of Dave Waterman, Gary Bass, and Dick Schaal; and Doorbells by Offramp.
All of tonight’s features were produced at WMNF in Tampa. If you’re able to contribute to WMNF’s winter fund drive, which begins Tuesday 2/11, we’d sure appreciate it – you can give online at wmnf.org.
Tonight on Soundstage: My Client Curley by Norman Corwin, from the 13xCorwin series.
Tonight on Soundstage: three pieces recorded at the WMNF Studio@620 Radio Theater Project:
Eugene Oregon and the Case of the Best Sandwich by Jim Rayfield,
Day of the Onondaga by Bill Leavengood, and
Photographs by Corinne Fleischer.
Tonight on Soundstage: Shelter by Matt Cowley, recorded in January 2013 as part of the Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theater Project. Directed by Julia Flood. The cast included Jim Wicker, Lisa Powers Tricomi, Bonnie Agan, Bob Heitman, and Ed Lehmann.
Also, The Letter D from Offramp, WMNF’s improvisationally-based radio theater troupe.
Tonight on Soundstage: The Chatterbox Club by James Rayfield, recorded live at the Studio@620 as part of the Studio@620 WMNF Radio Theater Project;
Bundt Cakes, by Cropduster Theater – written by Lisa Rosenthal, Mark McKain, Gary Bass, and Matt Cowley, directed by Gary Bass, featuring Dave Waterman, Gary Bass and Leah LoSchiavo. Recorded and produced at WMNF;
Make Way for Ducks, by Matt Cowley, featuring Robin Gordon, Pam Reed and Matt Cowley from the Sixty Second Radio Hour.